Having worked at Rubb Building Systems since 2011, as a welder, press operator and most recently as parts-shop foreman, Keith has experienced a lot of Rubb’s production procedures and capabilities.
His valuable experience with Rubb fabric buildings makes him highly qualified to take on the challenges of Safety Coordinator. He said: “I’m very excited and looking forward to this challenge. I want to make Rubb a safer and better place to work. My goal is to involve as many Rubb employees as possible in the safety process.”
As a dedicated Rubb employee, Keith is driven to keep Rubb growing for years to come and understands the importance of worker safety in today’s complex business environment. But ultimately he says his goal is: “I want every Rubb employee to return home safely each and every day.”
Keith has updated his training for this position by taking the OSHA 30-hour industry-training course. His initial goals are to monitor all work habits and work environments, while providing all workplace safety and health inspections. He is particularly excited about initiating more inter-company health initiatives.
A native Mainer, Keith is engaged to be married and when he is not with his fiancée he can be seen out and about with his German Shepherd.
Rubb USA President David Nickerson commented: “We at Rubb wish Keith great success in his new position and Rubb is both happy and proud to provide hard working employees like Keith the opportunity to grow.”